2021

CIArb is committed to promoting diversity within the ADR community, by creating educational, membership and training opportunities and by joining the legal professional network in its endeavour to create a workplace culture more welcoming to women.

On the occasion of the forthcoming International Women's Day, we are delighted to present below a series of short interviews with female arbitration and mediation specialists from around the world.

We interviewed successful female professionals from over 20 jurisdictions with diverse backgrounds and at different stages of their careers. We hope that the excellent stories they shared with us will serve as an inspiration and empowerment for female practitioners around the globe.

Join the conversation: #CIArbWomeninADR

 

Name: Dr Ana Gerdau de Borja Mercereau
Status: FCIArb
Location: France

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Name: Damithri Welikala 
Status: MCIArb
Location: Sri Lanka 

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Name: Devika Sammy
Status: ACIArb
Location: Trinidad and Tobago

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Name: Efosa Ewere 
Status: FCIArb
Location: Nigeria

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Name: Gillian Carmichael Lemaire
Status: FCIArb
Location: Scotland

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Name: Karin Klemmp
Status: FCIArb
Location: Brazil

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Name: Noreen Kidunduhu
Status: MCIArb
Location: Kenya

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Name: Roseline Obiageli Nwosu 
Status: FCIArb
Location: Nigeria

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Name: Theominique Nottage
Status: MCIArb
Location: Bahamas

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Name: Trisha Mitra 
Status: ACIArb
Location: France

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Name: Ava Borrasso
Status: FCIArb
Location: United States

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Name: Vicky Priskich 
Status: FCIArb
Location: Australia

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Name: Dorothy Ufot, SAN
Status: C.Arb, FCIArb
Location: Nigeria

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